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New research sheds light on how staff want to communicate

13 hours ago  by Sam Pudwell
New research sheds light on how staff want to communicate
According to the study, 79 per cent of UK employees in mid-market businesses believe social media integration with back-office solutions is essential to improving productivity.

UK police predict gang crime before it strikes, Minority Report-style

18 hours ago  by Alex Hamilton
UK police predict gang crime before it strikes, Minority Report-style
London's police forces are trialling big data software designed to pin-point gang members in the city most likely to commit violent crimes.

HTC Sense 7 leaked screenshots show Android Lollipop similarities

29 Oct 2014  by Barclay Ballard
HTC Sense 7 leaked screenshots show Android Lollipop similarities
Details are currently few and far between, but the images suggest that the new user interface will boast a flat design and contrasting colours that won’t stray too far from Google’s new OS.

Oppo R5 is unveiled as the world's thinnest smartphone

29 Oct 2014  by Sam Pudwell
Oppo R5 is unveiled as the world's thinnest smartphone
Chinese electronics firm Oppo has pulled ahead in the race for the world's thinnest smartphone by launching the Oppo R5 handset with a thickness of just 4.85mm.

Good dog: Puppy Linux reaches version 6.0

29 Oct 2014  by Brian Fagioli
Good dog: Puppy Linux reaches version 6.0
Linux is pretty darn awesome when used on super-powerful machines. However, where the kernel really shines is when operating systems leverage it for less powerful computers.

Xerox’s new AI customer care agent learns just like a human

28 Oct 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Xerox’s new AI customer care agent learns just like a human
The WDS Virtual Agent is based on research developed by PARC and the Xerox Research Centre Europe and is capable of learning from its human colleagues to solve customer problems.

Gmail messages now show up in Google search results

28 Oct 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Gmail messages now show up in Google search results
Following the release of the new “Inbox” feature last week, Gmail users have discovered that they can now search for their messages via Google Now or Google’s regular search results.

US retailers snub Apple Pay in favour of own QR payment platform

27 Oct 2014  by Barclay Ballard
US retailers snub Apple Pay in favour of own QR payment platform
Just days after the service launched, a number of major US stores are refusing to support Apple Pay amid reports that retailers are developing their own payment service called CurrentC.

Facebook launches anonymous chat app Rooms on iOS, Android to follow

24 Oct 2014  by Darren Allan
Facebook launches anonymous chat app Rooms on iOS, Android to follow
As the grapevine had contended, Facebook has revealed a new app that allows for group chats which are completely anonymous, and can centre on any topic under the sun.

Microsoft Windows 10 is serious about security

24 Oct 2014  by Rob Enderle
Microsoft Windows 10 is serious about security
Much of what you will be hearing about Windows 10 this year will have to do with things that make you safer and your company IT folks happier.

Developers rejoice! Kinect apps land on Windows Store

23 Oct 2014  by Mark Wilson
Developers rejoice! Kinect apps land on Windows Store
Kinect has moved on. Once a peripheral that encouraged gamers to dance manically in front of their consoles, it has now evolved into something rather more sophisticated.